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Innovation Fund Launched to Harness Digital Skills
November 11, 2022 at 17:26

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Huawei Zambia has launched an Innovation Fund to harness digital skills and groom digital talent among the young people in Zambia. The innovation strengthens digital transformation through skills training and innovation. The Fund will benefit TEVET and university students through scholarships and access to an innovation hub to be housed at Government Complex.



The programme is for 4 years and has scholarships for students in TEVET institutions and public universities. Under the programme, 50 scholarships will be awarded to Zambians in digital skills and technology. The project will invest $200, 000  in scholarships to youth ...
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Desk Manufacturing Initiative Launched......7000 youths trained under Youth Skill Empowerment Programme
November 11, 2022 at 17:8

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The essentiality of Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training (TEVET) to value addition, employability enrichment, sustainable development, growth and advancement of nations has become more widely recognised around the world. The hallmark focus on practical competencies and work-readiness of TEVET makes it a premium blueprint for economic and social development. It equips individuals with relevant skills and knowledge to effectively participate in social, economic and value addition processes, which are essential attributes for the development of any social structure.



Due to the significant role of TEVET in finding home-based solutions, ...
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TEVET Bursary 2023 Application
November 1, 2022 at 17:43

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                           REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA



MINISTRY OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE (MoTS)



APPLICATION FOR 2023 ACADEMIC YEAR MoTS (TEVET) BURSARY AWARDS



The MoTS (TEVET) Bursaries Committee invites applications from successful School Leavers in need of Bursary support for the 2023 academic year at all MoTS Training Institutions.



THE SCOPE OF THE SCHEME



The bursaries shall be disbursed in the following manner:




  1. Science, Technical, Engineering and Mathematical (STEM) r ...
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ILLEGAL TRAINING INSTITUTIONS AND COURT CONVICTIONS
October 20, 2022 at 11:18

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LUSAKA, October 12th 2022 – It has come to our attention that some illegal training institutions across the country are giving acceptance letters to unsuspecting youths to access bursary support from Constituency Development Funds (CDF).  These institutions are issuing acceptance letters on the pretext that they are dully registered with TEVETA which is not the case. Among the institutions include:




  1. Competent Training School

  2. Nitro Earth Moving Institute

  3. Pricca’s Earth Moving Institute

  4. Earth Heavy Duty and Hire

  5. Kitwe Institute of Heavy Duty

  6. Patience Pays Training Institut ...
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EU, ILO sign EUR6.5 million youth employability agreement
May 24, 2022 at 9:25

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The European Union (EU) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) have signed a partnership agreement for EUR6.5 million towards Skills Development for Increased Employability Programme in Zambia.



The four (4) year programme will support human capital development among youths in order to empower and contribute to national development. The programme will enhance the employability youths through technical education, vocational and entrepreneurship training (TEVET).



The programme will also create strong linkages with the EU Green Deal, which promotes resource-efficie ...
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Training institutions implementing the Skills for Youth Empowerment programme
March 11, 2022 at 16:3

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TEVETA has injected K21.2 million into the "Skills for Youth Empowerment" programme to benefit 7, 100 youths in hundred (100) constituencies. The beneficiaries will be imparted with various skills in line with local economic opportunities and skills demands. The training programmes will be implemented by training institutions registered with TEVETA.



The institutions is on this link: list of implementing institutions of the skills for youth empowerment programme 


National Youth Skills Empowerment Programme flagged off
February 26, 2022 at 20:6

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President Hakainde Hichilema has flagged off the financing of national wide skills training programmes under the National Youth Skills Empowerment Programme.



The national skills training programme will be implemented in 100 constituencies by 81 training institutions registered with TEVETA. The programme will benefit more than 7,100 youths in at least in 37 various skills areas.  About K21.2 million will be invested in the skills empowerment programme in the first circle of funding. The second circle of training programme will be in August/September this year. This programme follows the launched skills empowerment programme in Chongwe Constitu ...
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More than 8, 800 awarded TEVET bursaries across the country
January 29, 2022 at 10:4

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Ministry of Technology and Science has awarded TEVET bursary to eight thousand, eight hundred and thirteen (8, 813) students in technical education and vocational training. The bursary is aimed at increasing access to skills training and achieves inclusive skills and education delivery across the country. Over the years, Government limited student bursary to learners at the University of Zambia and Copperbelt University. The financial support has now been tilted towards TEVET, where learners have been struggling to pay their tuition fees. The inclusion of TEVET learners to the bursary scheme is to ensure that more vulnerable students and those applying national prior ...
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